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Hawaiian

Austronesian

Hawaiian, United States

The Hawaiian language is celebrated in music, dance, and chant (‘oli), which are central to Hawaiian identity and cultural expression.

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Language Overview

An Austronesian language, Hawaiian is native to the Hawaiian Islands. While its use declined, recent revitalization efforts have increased speakers, primarily in Hawaii.
Market Insights
In Hawaii, there’s a growing interest in Hawaiian language content, especially among younger generations. This includes traditional media, digital platforms, and educational materials.
Cultural Context
Hawaiian language and culture are deeply interconnected. Respect for the land (‘aina) and heritage is central to communication, with a focus on community and tradition.
Writing System and Typography
Hawaiian uses the Latin alphabet with a total of 13 letters, and text flows left-to-right. The language’s typography is relatively straightforward but may include diacritics.
Phonetics and Phonology
Hawaiian’s phonetic system is notable for its small inventory of sounds, making pronunciation relatively easy for learners compared to many other languages.
Grammatical Structure
Hawaiian typically uses a VSO (Verb-Subject-Object) sentence structure. It has a unique system of markers for tense and aspect, distinct from English.
Media and Text Layout
Translation into Hawaiian often results in text expansion. For subtitles, careful consideration is needed due to the language’s unique rhythm and structure.
Localization Challenges
Localizing content into Hawaiian requires sensitivity to cultural nuances and the language’s revitalization context. It’s important to preserve the authenticity of the language.
Technical Considerations
Compatibility with Hawaiian diacritics is essential in digital content. The language’s unique phonetic and syntactic features should be accurately represented in text.
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The Hawaiian language is celebrated in music, dance, and chant (‘oli), which are central to Hawaiian identity and cultural expression.
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